Reduction in staff absences
Studies have shown that individuals who work in offices with air conditioning units take fewer days off sick than those that don’t, especially during the summer months. There are many theories regarding why this is, one is that the presence of air conditioning in an office raises the comfort of the environment so people feel better at work when they are under the weather, another is that air conditioning improves the overall health of the staff. Air conditioning systems filter dust particles out of the air within the surrounding environment with newer systems incorporating filtration technology to absorb odours, and filter fine dust, invisible mould spores and harmful micro-organisms.
Increasing comfort to boost morale
If you create an environment where people are happy to come to work, their morale and performance levels increase. When people are uncomfortably hot or cold they have less energy to dedicate to the job in hand, this is because their bodies are working overtime to regulate their temperature leaving them feeling sluggish; air conditioning units dehumidify the air which can help create an overall feeling of comfort.
An increased need in the 21st Century
Nowadays we are reliant on technology both at home and at work, our offices are filled with computers, photocopiers and a host of other electrical equipment that radiate heat. With our environments getting hotter, it stands to reason that we counter the effects; investing in air conditioning is a simple solution.
Here at New-Air we specialise in all aspects of domestic, commercial and industrial air conditioners, from installation to maintenance, please feel free to get in touch with us on 023 8060 5960 or online and a member of our dedicated team will be happy to help.